Bronwyn Eyre, MLA

Saskatoon Stonebridge-Dakota

Standing up for Saskatchewan

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Saskatoon Stonebridge-Dakota Constituency Office

18 – 102 Cope Cres.
Saskatoon, SK S7T 0X2
T. 306-477-4740
F. 306-477-4744

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Report from the Legislature June 27, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

What does it mean to be Canadian? While we are drawn together by common values, experiences, and aspirations, the answers to this question are as diverse as our population. Our diversity is a product of our freedom, stability and prosperity, and Canada Day is an excellent opportunity to consider and celebrate these things.

Report from the Legislature June 13, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan, Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario, New Brunswick and the Northwest Territories recently sent a letter to the Prime Minister calling for two things: his government to accept the Senate’s amendments to Bill C-69; and not to pass Bill C-48.

Events

Survey: We Want to Hear From You  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Jun 1, to Aug 31,
Take our survey. Saskatchewan’s economy is improving and our province continues to grow after three years of low natural resource prices and fiscal challenges. Despite record investment in infrastructure and services over the past decade, we know that there is more to be done. We want to hear from you about your priorities and our communities’ priorities as the Government of Saskatchewan builds a plan for 2030.

Report from the Legislature June 27, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

What does it mean to be Canadian? While we are drawn together by common values, experiences, and aspirations, the answers to this question are as diverse as our population. Our diversity is a product of our freedom, stability and prosperity, and Canada Day is an excellent opportunity to consider and celebrate these things.

Report from the Legislature June 13, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan, Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario, New Brunswick and the Northwest Territories recently sent a letter to the Prime Minister calling for two things: his government to accept the Senate’s amendments to Bill C-69; and not to pass Bill C-48.

Survey: We Want to Hear From You  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Jun 1, to Aug 31,
Take our survey. Saskatchewan’s economy is improving and our province continues to grow after three years of low natural resource prices and fiscal challenges. Despite record investment in infrastructure and services over the past decade, we know that there is more to be done. We want to hear from you about your priorities and our communities’ priorities as the Government of Saskatchewan builds a plan for 2030.

Report from the Legislature May 30, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan’s economy is improving and our province continues to grow after three years of low natural resource prices and fiscal challenges. Despite the headwinds of a federal carbon tax and trade challenges, Saskatchewan has now seen nine consecutive months of strong job growth.

Report from the Legislature May 16, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan’s economy is getting stronger. New employment numbers show that 14,200 new jobs were created in the province over the past year, and there were 18,000 more full-time jobs.

Report from the Legislature May 9, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

The Government of Saskatchewan is passing legislation that better balances the rights of rural land owners and members of the public. Most notably, it moves the onus of responsibility from rural land owners to individuals seeking to access their property.

Report from the Legislature May 2, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

The Spring Sitting of the Saskatchewan Legislature continues with debate and legislation, as well as enhanced programs and services as part of a balanced budget. Your Saskatchewan Party government also continues to stand up for Saskatchewan.

Report from the Legislature April 25, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

From fighting the federal carbon tax and fixing Canada’s flawed Equalization program to protecting jobs and ensuring programs and services are sustainable for years to come, your Saskatchewan Party government is standing up for Saskatchewan.

Report from the Legislature April 18, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan is pleased to have another ally at the table fighting for pipelines and standing against the Trudeau carbon tax. Less than a year ago, our province was the only one in Canada standing up against the carbon tax. Today, with the election of a new government in Alberta, five provinces representing 60 per cent of Canada’s population are fighting the federal government’s carbon tax grab.

Report from the Legislature April 11, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan workers and businesses continue to drive job growth across the province. Nearly 10,000 new jobs in the past year means Saskatchewan people can look forward to more opportunities for their families and communities.

Report from the Legislature April 4, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

The federal carbon tax has now been forced on Saskatchewan, adding uncertainty for individuals, families, businesses and communities. From the gas station to the grocery store and all across the province, Saskatchewan people are now being forced to absorb higher costs on just about everything including our power and energy bills.

Report from the Legislature March 28, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Members of the Legislative Assembly have been debating the 2019-20 Provincial Budget – a responsible and sustainable plan to balance the budget this year, and in the years to come. The debate, however, brought forward some questionable remarks from the NDP’s newest MLA who defended the former government’s closure of 176 schools and 52 hospitals by saying “maybe those places should have been closed”. He even suggested that our protective services “don’t prevent crime”, they only respond to it.

Report from the Legislature March 21, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

The 2019 Provincial Budget is a balanced budget – and it's the right balance for Saskatchewan. It's the right balance between keeping your taxes low and providing quality services for our children, families, and seniors. It's the right balance between important investments in both urban and rural Saskatchewan. And it's the right balance for building a stronger economy and creating jobs, now and in the future.

Report from the Legislature March 14, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

From the Trudeau carbon tax and troublesome federal legislation such as Bill C-69, to the challenge of Canadian canola shipments being turned away at port in China, the spring sitting of the legislature is about standing up for Saskatchewan.

Report from the Legislature March 7, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

The economic outlook for Saskatchewan is strong. Jobs are up, unemployment is down and exports are expected to increase. Saskatchewan’s GDP growth is expected to be higher than the national average, and the highest in the prairies. The Conference Board of Canada believes our agriculture, oil, and potash sectors will drive this growth.

Report from the Legislature February 28, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Your Saskatchewan Party government starts the spring sitting of the legislature with a commitment to stand up for Saskatchewan and move forward with plans to build a stronger economy, all while managing spending and keeping taxes low.

Report from the Legislature February 14, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan has now seen strong job growth for six consecutive months. Saskatchewan’s year-over-year employment increased by 7,700 jobs from January 2018. The job gains were split between full-time and part-time increases, with full-time up 4,400 jobs and part-time up 3,200 jobs.

Report from the Legislature January 31, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan is a national leader in manufacturing sales and wholesale trade growth. This is an encouraging sign of our economic resilience. Coupled with strong job numbers, we can be optimistic that our economy will continue to grow and create opportunity for Saskatchewan people.

Report from the Legislature January 17, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan is off to a strong start in 2019. Despite challenging world resource prices and national headwinds, Saskatchewan pulled through and created nearly 11,000 new jobs this past year. Our province has seen strong job gains for the fifth month in a row, and it’s particularly encouraging to see significant growth in full-time employment.

Report from the Legislature January 3, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

A new year is a time for optimism and renewal – and here in Saskatchewan we see encouraging signs that our best days are still to come. Despite the challenges facing our energy sector, people continue to see Saskatchewan as a great place to live, work and invest.

Report from the Legislature December 13, 2018  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan people are proud of our contributions to Canada. It is frustrating, however, when provinces like Quebec say there is “no social acceptability” for oil from western Canada when, at the same time, there seems to be a lot of social acceptability for Equalization payments from western Canada.

Why Saskatchewan won't follow Alberta's lead in cutting oil output  Saskatoon Stonebridge-Dakota

Bronwyn Eyre, Saskatchewan minister of energy and resources, says the province won't cut oil output following Alberta's decision. She says the situation in Saskatchewan is different since it isn't a big oil sands player.

CTV News coverage of Waterflood Development Program  Saskatoon Stonebridge-Dakota

Global News coverage of the Waterflood Development Program  Saskatoon Stonebridge-Dakota

CBC Saskatchewan coverage of the Waterflood Development Program  Saskatoon Stonebridge-Dakota

Ministerial Statement on Waterflood Development Program  Saskatoon Stonebridge-Dakota

The Waterflood initiative is part of our effort to leave no stone unturned when it comes to addressing energy competitiveness in our province. It’s about the sustainability of individual wells, but it’s also about the long-term sustainability of our energy sector.

Report from the Legislature December 6, 2018  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

I want to thank the thousands of SaskPower, SaskEnergy, SaskTel, emergency service workers, and many working across government Ministries for their tremendous response and their work through a major power outage affecting nearly one-third of SaskPower customers. Together their actions showcased the very best of Saskatchewan and that effort deserves recognition.

Report from the Legislature November 29, 2018  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Two years ago, our government prepared a 3-year plan to balance the budget while keeping our investment climate competitive and ensuring long-term economic strength. While we still face challenges, our province is well-positioned to weather them and emerge even stronger.

Interview with CBC Power and Politics on Bill C-69  Saskatoon Stonebridge-Dakota

Interview with CBC Power and Politics on Bill C-69 and the oil price differential.

Interview with CPAC Primetime Politics on Bill C-69  Saskatoon Stonebridge-Dakota

Interview with CPAC Primetime Politics on Bill C-69 and the oil price differential.

Interview with BNN Bloomberg on Bill C-69  Saskatoon Stonebridge-Dakota

Interview with BNN Bloomberg on Bill C-69 and the oil price differential.

Report from the Legislature November 22, 2018  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Pipelines are the safest, most efficient, and most sustainable way to get our oil to world markets. The problem for Saskatchewan and for all of Canada right now is that pipelines are being blocked, not built. The federal government has killed two projects, stalled a third, and we can’t get our oil to tidewater as a result. Inaction is costing Canadians every day.

Report from the Legislature November 15, 2018  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Your Saskatchewan Party government maintains its focus on growth and opportunity because a strong economy is essential to strengthen communities and make life better not just for ourselves, but for our friends, neighbours, and future generations.

We Need to Get These Pipelines Built  Saskatoon Stonebridge-Dakota

Pipelines being blocked is disappointing for Western Canadian producers who need market access for energy.

Report from the Legislature November 8, 2018  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan is experiencing strong job growth in spite of trade and transportation challenges, world resource prices, and the threat of a federally-imposed carbon tax. Statistics Canada figures show 2,500 new jobs last month, nearly 10,000 new jobs since last year, and the best job growth our province has seen in the past four years.

Report from the Legislature November 1, 2018  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Members of the Legislative Assembly just wrapped up debate on the 2018 Speech from the Throne. The Speech outlines our government’s commitment to stand up for Saskatchewan, and highlights our plan to balance the budget, grow the economy and invest in infrastructure, programs and services for the people of our province.

Report from the Legislature October 25, 2018  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

The new session of the legislature opened this week with a Throne Speech focused on our government’s commitment to stand up for Saskatchewan people. This includes our plans to implement our Prairie Resilience Climate Change strategy, improve cellular coverage in rural communities, and deliver a balanced budget for 2019-20.

Report from the Legislature October 18, 2018 (Part 2)  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

With the legalization of cannabis occurring across Canada, I want to ensure everyone is clear on what the new rules are when it comes to the legal purchase and possession of cannabis in Saskatchewan. Our government is committed to public safety, and it’s important for people to understand there are limitations on what is allowed, much the same as with alcohol consumption.

Report from the Legislature October 18, 2018 (Part 1)  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

The private sector in Saskatchewan is creating even more new and diverse job opportunities, according to the latest labour force figures from Stats Canada. Employment increased by 3,300 jobs from a year ago, largely driven by private sector growth.

Report from the Legislature October 4, 2018  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan’s motto: Multis e gentibus vires: from many peoples, strength is as true today as it has been at any time in our province’s history. Saskatchewan’s population continues to grow, reaching 1,162,062 people as of July 1, 2018, according to the latest figures from Statistics Canada. This is an increase of 3,226 people in the past quarter and 11,280 people in the past year.

Bronwyn Eyre Acclaimed as Saskatchewan Party Candidate  Saskatoon Stonebridge-Dakota

Bronwyn Eyre Acclaimed as Saskatchewan Party Candidate for the Constituency of Saskatoon Stonebridge-Dakota for 2020 Provincial Election.

Report from the Legislature September 20, 2018  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Over the past decade, Saskatchewan has had the second highest job creation rate in all of Canada, nearly double the national rate of job growth. Saskatchewan continues to grow with an increase of 2,800 full-time jobs since August 2017.

Scott Moe Sworn In as Premier of Saskatchewan, Appoints First Cabinet  Saskatoon Stonebridge-Dakota

Scott Moe was formally sworn in as Premier of Saskatchewan and President of Executive Council by Her Honour, the Honourable Vaughn Solomon Schofield, Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan.

Premier Makes Cabinet Changes  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Premier Brad Wall today announced a number of changes to the provincial cabinet following the departure from cabinet of five ministers.

Resumption of the 1st Session – 28th Legislature  Saskatoon Stonebridge-Dakota

Oct 19, 1:30 PM

Saskatoon Stonebridge Dakota Constituency Office Open House  Saskatoon Stonebridge-Dakota

Sep 16, 11:00 AM to Sep 16, 2:00 PM
#18 – 102 Cope Cres.
Drop by and meet the team at our Constituency Office Open House on Friday, Sept. 16th.

Premier Brad Wall has made major changes to the provincial cabinet  Saskatoon Stonebridge-Dakota

“In the April election, we were fortunate that voters elected a number of very talented and capable new MLAs, creating the opportunity for renewal in our government,” Wall said. “The new cabinet will have a strong blend of experience and new faces and will serve Saskatchewan well as we work to meet the opportunities and challenges facing our province.”

STEP Celebrates 20 Years of Advancing International Trade  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

The Saskatchewan Trade and Export Partnership (STEP) turns 20 this year and is celebrating an exceptional track record of helping make our province an even stronger force in international trade.

About Bronwyn

Bronwyn Eyre was elected MLA for Saskatoon Stonebridge-Dakota in the 2016 provincial election.

A former radio broadcaster and columnist, Bronwyn also served as a Saskatoon public school board trustee. Previously, she was a senior writer/editor for UK-based legal publications Commercial Lawyer and European Lawyer. She attended McGill University and the University of Saskatchewan, where she graduated in Law in 1996, and speaks French, German, and Italian.

Bronwyn has served Saskatchewan as Minister of Education, Minister of Advanced Education, Minister responsible for the Status of Women and Vice-Chair of Treasury Board.

On February 2, 2018, she was appointed Minister of Energy and Resources and Minister responsible for SaskWater and SaskEnergy.

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